My friend Pam riding The Wave in Coyote Buttes North, Utah
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- You can’t charge the battery while you’re out shooting (unless you buy the standalone battery charger), but you can charge it in the car etc., so it’s a bit of a convenience tradeoff
It seems to me that putting big lenses on a compact body kinda negates the advantage of compactness. That leaves the great sensor as an advantage, but still, the practical advantages over say a 5D3 or D800 are not that great.
Your mileage will certainly vary!
I keep hearing this argument but let's be honest, who doesn't appreciate a few less grams? It's when the body is so small comparative to the lens that it creates such an imbalance that it is even less comfortable than the same lens + larger body that it really negates the value. Adding a grip onto the a7/R might be more comfortable say with a 24-70L attached than with a 6D and the same lens - weight is weight, or lack thereof, in my opinion.
I hope F-Stop will create an bigger backpack with an side-access to the Camera with an mounted lens.
I opted for the Samyang 14mm f/2.8 instead as I got fed up waiting. It's a pity I can't use filters with it though. Blasted bulbous ends! Haha!
By the way, if I recall correctly, winter time is Big Waves time so you may have ome nice oppotunities of North shore, where there are some surf competitions I think. However, I don't know if this may make snorkelling harder...
Sounds interesting…at least for static subjects.
This was 2010:
This was 2011:
In 2013, Canon announced they have held the #1 market share worldwide in terms of volume within the interchangeable-lens digital camera market for the entire 10-year period from 2003 to 2012.
According to quarterly reports to date this year, Canon sales of dSLRs are dropping. But Nikon's sales of dSLRs are dropping much faster.
Show me the slide…
Yes. ...received cash at the field. He will use my photos to post on his site.
You had me believing you, right up until "budget high quality lenses". Or maybe your source just accidentally omitted the word 'big' as in big budget high quality lenses. That sounds more like the Canon we know and love.